Fabio Caviggioli


Dr. Caviggioli graduated with honors in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Insubria in 1999. Since 2004 he has become the Plastic Surgeon referent of “Fondazione Maddalena Grassi” in Milan. In 2005 he specialized in Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery at the University of Milan. Since 2006 he teaches at the Faculty of Medicine and Biotechnology at University of Milan as an “expert in the field of Plastic Surgery” and teaches in the Master in Aesthetic Surgery “L. Donati” of the same University. From 2012 Adjunct Professor of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery of the Univerisity of Milan.

He is the author of many scientific publications in indexed international journals, participated in the writing of textbooks and monographs related to the Plastic Surgery and speaker at national and international conferences. He deals with all aspects of Plastic Surgery, performing about 300 surgical procedures per year (cancer reconstructive surgery, body contouring after weight loss, cosmetic surgery).

Research Interests:

His research interest focuses on regenerative surgery with ADSC, breast reconstruction and malformation, face surgery.

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